Backdraft Racing 427S
RT4 Roadster, BDR#2123
Grigio Ingris/Marrone Alcestis stripes
1965 Backdraft Racing 427S RT4 Roadster. Grigio Ingris/Marrone Alcestis stripes, with leather console and diamond camel brown leather stitching. BDR#2123
Titled in Nebraska as a 1965 Ford 2-door.
This pristine beauty has accumulated less than 500 miles [900 km].
Iconic 427S Windsor stroker
The engine compartment componentry includes:
You also get the detailed build sheet, with dyno report.
—In this Gran Turismo cockpit—
In Backdraft’s occupant-friendly/gran turismo cockpit:
Fine black leather console with custom camel diamond stitching to match the camel leather seats, vintage-style blackfaced gauges, rich black carpeting, 4-point racing harnesses for both driver & passenger, adjustable seat slider for driver’s seat. Windwings and sun visors, driver-side SS (stainless steel) chassis-mounted rollbar.
The Backdraft Racing cockpit is a bit more spacious than most other serpentine drivin’ machines, enhancing your driving and touring comfort. Taller drivers can easily slip behind the wheel of a Backdraft Cobra, with its additional legroom, recessed (driver side) floorboard, and a custom smaller 14” Moto-Lita style hardwood-rimmed steering wheel for extra knee room.
I also have a 30-second video walking around the back of the car [with the engine idling] that I can send to you upon your request.
You’ll encounter no disappointments with this silver bullet, only breathtaking driving and touring adventures.
Serious inquiries only, please!
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